They're older. They're wiser. So why aren't they finding Mr. Right?
The feisty heroines of The Perfect Date series are seasoned about life and romance, but not necessarily wiser about love. The stories in this collection are romantic comedies with attitude.
Book 7 - Never Look Back
Her real life is no fairy tale and she's no Cinderella.
After what her ex-husband did to her, heiress Henna Colombo is a man-hater, not a dater. And the thing she hates most of all is the fairytale of falling in love. Why do her father and her new wicked stepmother insist she keeps looking for her prince? She's fine being single. As far as Henna's concerned, the love god can take his diaper-wrapped butt and arrows elsewhere. Cupid can also shove those arrows where the sun doesn't shine if he thinks for one second that someone like Vassal Milano is her perfect man.
Book 8 - Never Ever Been Better
The last thing Iris needs is a man with his head in the clouds.
Most days Iris can't believe that she actually left her home and country for a smooth-talking jerk who tossed her into the street the first chance he got. A woman has to view that sort of thing as a life lesson. Her mum raised her to be a survivor, and that includes understanding her worst enemy is herself when it comes to good-looking men.
Book 9 - Never Too Old To Date
Her business is wildly successful, but the rest of her life is just wild.
Sixty may be the new forty, but not for the Honorable Eleanor J. Skyler. She's retiring from the law firm she spent her entire career building. What's wrong with wanting to wear yoga clothes every day and go zip-lining whenever the adventurous mood strikes? Nothing, that's what. She's got no time for dating and drama. She certainly has no time to deal with her senior law partner, Andrew Carson, who has for reasons she can't fathom, decided she's his perfect woman. Why is Andrew suddenly looking at her legs and telling her she's beautiful? He's barely over fifty. He has the tiny sports car. Why can't Andrew chase a twenty-year-old like every other man having a mid-life crisis?